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MTPro-2200 ATX Aluminium Case - MTPro-2200 ATX Aluminium Case
Thu May 31, 2001 | 3:41A| PermaLink
"Like any other components in your PC, the case plays a very important role. Not only does it house the latest and greatest PC peripherals out there, a well-designed case goes a long way in helping to keep the parts running smoothly and cool. And the case is probably the only part of a PC that needs no upgrading every 6 months or so. A good case can last you though-out all your future upgrades. You can even mod it to help in it's cooling or paint it to give it a facelift. Lot's of other things you can do to it just to make it uniquely yours. Over the past year or so, we've seen some big changes to the way these once boring beige boxes are designed and manufactured. Apart from just the exterior look, some manufacturers goes one more step further, adding more expansion room or simply increase it's cooling capabilities. The latest craze to hit this market is using aluminium as the main material for the cases. One of the reasons of using aluminium as the case material is that apart from it's light weight, it also helps in cooling the components in your case by dissipating the heat within the case away. That's the reason why aluminium is the material of choice in most heatsinks designs. And one company that has been producing such a case is Soldam Corporation of Japan. We've all seen pictures of these awesome-looking cases on the Web, but it's now time to take a closer look at them!"

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